December 12, Boston MA
– 7pm
– Caffe Aromi – 403A Centre St, Boston, MA 02130
– Part of City Awake: Boston’s Social Impact Festival 2014
– Join TrimTab Media and Caffe Aromi for a screening of “Connected by Coffee.” Free coffee samples will be available, and Caffe Aromi’s espresso bar will be open, serving coffees, teas, espresso drinks and desserts. We’ll start the film at 7:15pm, so please arrive at or before 7:00pm to grab a hot drink and have a seat!

November 2, Jamestown, RI
– Jamestown Arts Center, 18 Valley St, Jamestown, RI 02835
– Hosted by Fair Trade Winds and featuring Dean’s Beans Organic Coffee Company coffee, Equal Exchange chocolate and a panel discussion including: Dean Cycon, a maverick, social activist and founder of Dean’s Beans, Cristina Liberati, a projects manager at Equal Exchange, and Paul Culler, founder of Fair Trade Winds.

November 2, East Lansing, MI
- 4:30 PM
– Theater C, Wells Hall, Michigan State University.
- East Lansing Film Festival

October 26, 2014, Greenbelt, MD 
– 12-2PM
– Greenbelt Community Center, 15 Crescent Rd.
- UTOPIA Film Festival
- Coffee will be served by local roaster Café Los Sueños and any donations will go towards Cup For Education.
A Q&A and panel discussion will be after the film about the role of smallholder farmers in the coffee industry.

October 25th, Baltimore, MD
- 11am
– The Charles Theater
1711 N Charles St, Baltimore
– Screening followed by a discussion on conscious consumerism and the successes, challenges, and future of Fair Trade. With coffee sample from Thread Coffee and chocolate from Equal Exchange.
– Hosted by Thread Coffee
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Wed., Oct. 22, Fond du Lac, WI   
– 11:30 am – 1 pm  Moraine Park Technical College FDL Campus
– 6:30-8:30 pm   Marian University, Stayer Center
– Matt Earley from Just Coffee will be present for Q&A.
- Hosted by Fond du Lac Fair Trade Town

October 20th, Greenbelt, MD
-7pm, FREE
– New Deal Cafe, 113 Centerway, Greenbelt, MD 20770
– Part of a sneak preview to the UTOPIA film festival. You can purchase dinner at a Lebanese-cuisine cafe (also have beer & wine) & watch the film!

October 19th, Bloomington,IN
- 7PM
– Henry Radford Hope Fine Arts Auditorium, Room 015, School of Fine Arts, 1201 E. 7th Street
– Introduced by Jonathan Rosenthal

October 9th, Saint Peter, MN
– 7pm
– Treaty Site History Center, 1851 N. Minnesota Ave., St. Peter
– FREE and open to the public
– Sponsored by St. Peter Food Co-op, River Rock Coffee, St. Peter Reads, Nicollet County Historical Society and St. Peter Community & Family Education.

October 7th, Fond du Lac, WI
–  4:30-6 pm
– UW Fond du Lac Prairie Theater
- Hosted by Fond du Lac Fair Trade Town

October 4th, 2014, Utica, NY
– 8pm
– Tramontane Cafe, 1105 Lincoln Ave, Utica, NY 13502
- UNSPOKEN Human Rights Film Festival

October 2, Madison, WI
– 8pm
– Wilmar Center, 953 Jenifer St, Madison, WI 53703
– Free screening of this new film and visit with Mexican coffee grower Antonio Ruiz from Maya Vinic cooperative. Hosted by Outside The Bean
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 October 1, Columbus, OH
– 7:00-10:00PM
- Global Gallery Coffee Shop, 3535 N. High Street, Columbus, OH 43214
– 614-262-5535
–  movie screening and community panel discussion

Sept. 30th, Gainesville, FL
– 8PM at The Wooly, 30 north Main Street Gainesville, FL
– With special guests: Antonio Ruiz of Maya Vinic  and Mario Lopez of Las Marias 93- both featured in the film.
– Hosted by Sweetwater Organic Coffee

September 26-28th, 2014, Chicago, IL
– Showplace ICON, located at 150 West Roosevelt Road, Chicago IL. 60605
- At the Chicago International Social Change Film Festival

September 23rd, Atlanta, GA
– 7-9 p.m.
- At Emory University- Harland Cinema (inside Dobbs University Center) 605 Asbury Circle, Atlanta, Georgia 30322 map
– Free and open to the public.
– Hosted by Cafe Campesino and Emory’s student-run coffee shop, The Green Bean
- With special guests: Antonio Ruiz of Maya Vinic  and Mario Lopez of Las Marias 93- both featured in the film.

September 21st, Orlando, FL
- 1pm
– Rollins College – Bush Auditorium, East Fairbanks and South Interlachen Avenues, Winter Park, FL 32789
– At the Global Peace Film Festival

September 20th, Orlando, FL
- 2:30pm
– Winter Park Public Library, 460 East New England Ave., Winter Park, FL 32789
– At the Global Peace Film Festival

September 20, 2014, Santa Monica, CA
– 11:00am – 1:00pm
– Promenade Playhouse (1404 3rd Street Promenade Santa Monica, CA 90401)
- Awareness Film Festival

Saturday, September 6th
– 2 showings: 4:00pm and 7:00pm
– Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts: 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA 94110
– Suggested Donation: $10.00 (no one will be turned away for lack of funds.)
– LIVE MUSIC, FOOD, ART, and discussions during the intermission between shows and of course a COFFEE TASTING!
Event hosted by The Ubuntu Coffee Cooperative and Mama Art Café
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Thursday, July 24
Urban Ecology Center – Riverside Park1500 E Park Pl, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53211
For adults | $5 (Nonmembers: $8) Tickets
Hosted by MKE Coffee Guild
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June 21, Saturday 
(Doors at 6pm, show at 7 with discussion after)
Reverie Coffee Roasters
2611 E. Douglas Ave. Wichita, KS 67211 316-201-1144

May 10th (World Fair Trade Day) 
beginning around 10AM at Court Square Theater
41-F Court Square, Harrisonburg, Virginia 22801
Complimentary coffee, chocolate and other tasty treats
Screening of Connected By Coffee, with discussion to follow
Co-Hosted by Artisans’ Hope & Ten Thousand Villages-Harrisonburg. FB event

May 10th (World Fair Trade Day) 
Pure Art: 422 Main Street, Hudson, Quebec J0P 1J0
Come visit the Pure Art Boutique, a Fair Trade Federation member, at the Hudson Mews to celebrate the WFTO’s World Fair Trade Day!
Enjoy delicious homemade Fair Trade treats and Fair Trade coffee!
The Canadian premiere of the film CBC.  FB event
April 22nd, 2014, 6PM
State Theatre, Traverse City, MI
Even co-hosted with Oryana Natural Foods Market and On The Ground. Q and A following the screening with local filmmakers. FB event
April 23, 2014, 7pm
The Marquee Theater – Union South

1308 W Dayton St, Madison, Wisconsin 53715
Co-sponsored by the Workers Rights Center, the Interfaith Coalition for Worker Justice and the UW Latin American Caribbean and Iberian Studies Program.
Following the film, join a discussion led by Matt Earley of Just Coffee. FB event
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